Actually I have the first set stats on my copy (your stats came from the ESPN feed, same one I have). But I didn't have the fourth set -- so thank you. And I wish more YouTubers would include stats in their clips. Very nice clips overall, too. So now I've got complete stats for the first four sets (the first 42 games). And look at Lendl's numbers: after 42 games he had 42 winners and 42 unforced errors. Becker was at 46 winners and 57 unforced errors. From those stats alone, Lendl looks like he's clearly playing a better match than Becker. However, they were tied in games (and after five sets Becker led in total points 164-162, per the New York Times). ESPN didn't provide the forced errors and I wouldn't be surprsised if Becker made up the difference in that category.